“We always felt like the viewers desired Jesse to get away. And it’s up to the individual viewer to decide what happens next for Jesse. Some people might think, ‘Well, he probably got two miles down the road before the cops nailed him.’ But I prefer to believe that he got away, and he’s got a long road to recovery ahead, in a sense of being held prisoner in a dungeon for the last six months and being beaten to within an inch of his life and watching Andrea be shot. All these terrible things he’s witnessed are going to scar him as well, but the romantic in me wants to believe that he gets away with it and moves to Alaska and has a peaceful life communing with nature.” (Vince Gilligan, on the decision to let Jesse escape in Breaking Bad finale, “Felina”)
make me choose: anonymous asked
↳ Breaking Bad or
Pretty Little Liars
"You try to write the best scripts you can write, as a group you give your best shot at it. But without these actors… Let’s use Bryan as an example. I can’t picture anyone else playing that role. I make my living off my imagination, and my imagination fails when it comes to picturing the show with anyone else at the head of it.” (Vince Gilligan, on Bryan Cranston)
NO WAY omg that’s so cool
"Judging people you don’t know for things you don’t understand is just really stupid."
i s2g i have a new cold every week
literally compare breaking bad finale to breaking bad pilot… wtf…
ok i thought i wasn’t gonna cry this time… lol
We look straight down on Walt as he tumbles into frame, lying flat on his back on the floor. His eyes stare up at us, lifeless. And yet, his final expression is one of faint satisfaction.
We slowly crane up, up and away from him. Walt shrinks smaller and smaller in frame. Police Officers approach him now — four, six, eight of them. They move cautiously, their guns aimed.
They’re too late. He got away.
One year ago, the 29th of September, ‘Felina' aired making it the end of the 'Breaking Bad' series.